February 6, 2012

Coffee Cake Cupcakes


Nothing like having the perfect cinnamon swirl cake in a smaller size, this cupcakes where truly a hit and now that I made them I'm thinking about what other cakes can I turn into cupcakes, the list is endless and I'm really excited to try some more recipes. You can find how to make Coffe Cake in here, make the batter and the filling, then follow these steps:

1. In a prepared muffin pan fill cupcake liners with a tablespoon of batter, then cover with 1/2 teaspoon of the cinnamon filling. Cover with more batter and then sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon of the cinnamon filling, combine with the help of a toothpick.




2. Bake at 350°F for about 12 minutes. While they cool completely make a white icing.


3. Drizzle white icing on top and then decorate it with a small heart, you know it's almost Valentine´s day and it looks cute.




4. You will end up with about 30 of these delicious cupcakes and when you bite them you will see the delicious cinnamon swirl.



Enjoy!

28 comments:

  1. I love this! You get your cake with a little bit of built-in portion control.

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    1. I know but I guess it wouldn't work if you eat 5 of them like I did

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  2. I love cinnamon swirl cake, and would go crazy for these cupcakes!

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  3. I think I may be in love with these!

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  4. Oh my goodness, these look so amazing! I gave you an award on my blog today! Come by to check it out. :)

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  5. Mmmmm! I love coffee cake and have been known to eat it for breakfast. These cupcake versions are perfect!

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  6. This looks amazing!! I love coffee cake!

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  7. Adorable cupcakes! I like the idea of using coffee cake batter too.

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  8. Oh Beti, these cupcakes are adorable and perfect for Valentine's Day...I love the coffee in it.
    Hope you are having a wonderful week and thanks for sharing this lovely cupcakes :)

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  9. Coffee cake in cupcake form - what a wonderful idea, Beti! They are so cute with their heart topper.

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  10. These are adorable! If they taste anywhere near as good as they look, I may have found my soulmates!

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  11. These are precious! And look so delicious!! Great idea, and wonderful for valentines day!

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  12. o boy..isn't that pretty and elegant!

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  13. Simply divine cupcakes you have made and the pics are all tempting me to dig into it.

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  14. Put the word "coffee" in any edible context and I AM SO THERE.

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  15. What great cupcakes! And such perfect criss-crosses on top!

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  16. I love how delicious the inside swirl looks. I can almost smell the cinnamon from here! I just bought a jar of Vietnamese cinnamon and can't wait to use it. I did a side-by-side scent and taste comparison with standard cinnamon and the Vietnamese kind definitely has a much more pronounced flavor but it actually has a faint floral scent. Very nice.

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  17. Wow these are seriously adorable. I love your photography skills girl! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  18. How creative! Such a good idea Beti, these look fantastic!

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  19. How fun to bite into them and find a sweet cinnamon surprise. Fun idea!

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  20. You are so good at decorating with icing. I'm not much of a baker so this icing part scares me all the time. I guess practice makes perfect one day? :-) Looks really delicious Beti!!

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  21. Dear Beti, You have a beautiful site! These cupcakes are beautiful! They would make a lovely Valentine's Day treat! Please visit soon! Blessings, Catherine

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  22. These look wonderful, Beti! Love the swirl. The vanilla cupcakes and cookies look delicious too!

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